To build a better ‘Connected World’, Huawei has recently announced manifold initiatives to address the digital transformation.
Five ‘Big Initiatives’ for the digital driven telecom industry, endorsed open platforms to enable collaboration so that shared success can be achieved in telecom industry. In addition, the company announced innovative solutions for 4.5G, Internet of Things (IoT), 2K/4K video, and Safe City.
“Digital transformation is a new engine for telecom industry growth, and it will also empower the innovation of other industries.” said William Xu, Executive Director of the Board and Chief Strategy Marketing Officer of Huawei, in London. “Huawei will continue to open up platform capabilities to help carriers to build an open, collaborative, and win-win industry ecosystem to accelerate digital transformation.”
Huawei foresees a potential $100 billion video industry market and a $1 trillion enterprise cloud market. The number of IoT connections is expected to grow 10-fold. There will be unprecedented opportunities for telecom operators. Huawei’s Big Initiatives are designed to create new opportunities. The five Big Initiatives are Big Video – Everywhere, Big IT – Enabling, Big Operation – Agile, Big Architecture – Elastic, Big Pipe – Ubiquitous.
With its partners, Huawei is setting up open labs for joint innovation which includes more than ten open labs across China, Europe and other regions bringing 600 partners alongside. For developers, Huawei has built an eSDK platform delivering flexible and easy-to-use development tools and support services.
The company has also launched a $1bn Developer Enablement Program to build a facilitating environment for innovation. Huawei is also innovating with upstream and downstream partners to help them adapt to new telecom trends such as 5G, SDN/NFV, and digital operations.
Huawei has developed open platform solutions for 2K/4K video, which aggregate content and enable innovation in video services. In cloud computing, Huawei’s priority is working with telecom operators to provide cloud services. Huawei’s cloud strategy is to co-build an open cloud ecosystem with its partners: Huawei will focus on building IaaS, enabling PaaS and aggregating SaaS, to empower our partners in application oriented and data driven high value creation.
“Huawei focuses on its core businesses and is committed to empowering carriers’ digital transformation with continuous strategic investment. We believe long-term focused efforts and perseverance will lead to breakthrough.” said Ryan Ding, Executive Director of the Board and President of Products & Solutions of Huawei, in Beijing.
During the upcoming Mobile World Congress (MWC), Huawei will showcase its innovative 4.5G, IoT, and Safe City solutions, etc., which can help global telecom carriers and enterprises achieve agile innovation, accelerated transformation, and business success in the digital era.
The company has aimed to reinforce its GigaRadio, one of Huawei’s key products launched at this year’s MWC, is a crucial technology for 4.5G. GigaRadio will be deployed commercially on a large scale in 2016, and will help to accelerate the global adoption of 4.5G.
At MWC 2016, Huawei, together with its telecom operator and enterprise customers, will share valuable insights into digital transformation within the telecom industry.
At MWC 2016, Huawei can be found in Fira Gran Via Hall 1 and Hall 3.